This is how it works
Ask the audience a question. Then watch as the chart updates automatically with their responses.
Engage your audience or class in real time
Poll Everywhere transforms one-sided presentations into two-way conversations with the audience. This web-based audience response system lets you embed interactive activities directly into your presentation. The audience responds on the web or via SMS texting on their phones.
Poll Everywhere is used by millions of audience members and students every year. It's trusted by over 60 percent of the Fortune 500, along with more than 300,000 educators worldwide, during meetings, classes, and events.
Prepare, present, interpret
Before the meeting
You create the questions. Customize how the chart looks and how your audience can respond.
At the meeting
It’s go time. Ask your question. Invite the audience to respond by visiting a webpage or texting. The chart changes as you watch.
After the meeting
Download the reports. Analyze the results and share them with your team. Celebrate.
Flexible at every step
Creating questions for live interaction
Choose from a large variety of poll activities, including multiple choice, open response, live word clouds, clickable images, up- and down-voting for Q&A, and rank order. Questions can be written in almost any language, and can include images, LaTeX syntax (for formulas), and emojis.
Inviting the audience to respond
Participants can respond using any device. They can go to a customizable web address or send a text message to participate. As the presenter, you control when responses are displayed on-screen – and if you have the premium moderation feature, you control which responses are displayed, too. Poll Everywhere supports international use with response instructions in 30 languages, along with international texting numbers.
Viewing the results
Customize the look and feel of the live chart with color, font, and image options. You can display live results from any web browser, or embed the live chart in your PowerPoint, Keynote, or Google Slides deck.